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Essay | Film Techniques in "Blade Runner"

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Film Techniques in "Blade Runner"

Summary: The film techniques that Ridley Scott uses in his classic science-fiction film "Blade Runner."
Ridley Scott presents several types of `wildness' in Blade Runner, such as emotional and urban, shown in the characters' appearances, the mis-en-scene and the dialogue for these he uses many modern and classic film techniques. Scott also uses film-noir techniques, special effects, camera angles and shots and lighting to emphasise the chaotic and violent urban jungle he predicts will be LA in 2011.

We are introduced to a wild city right from the opening scene as a landscape shot, to set the scene and then through reflections in Batty's eyes, special effects resembling furnace fires, hinting at the hellish and destructive environment below. This violence translates from the city landscape to the scene at Tyrell Corp. where Leon, a replicant looks insane and tense at the prospect of being questioned in his workplace. The tension is built up by Scott with the help of Film Noir...

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